Monday, 6 June 2011

Coppernob Crease Mouse Blog Candy

This is very exciting for me …. my first blog candy giveaway!
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I hang my head in shame in telling you that until Josie from Coppernob sent me her new Multiscoreboard Xtra with Crease Mouse to try, I had never used a scoring tool to fold my cards …. I thought they were just a gimmick!  How wrong I was ….I am now a convert and can’t believe the finish I now get on the folds of my cards and now panic when I can't find mine, in fact I have one and a spare, I love it so much!
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“Crease Mouse Scoring Tool - the perfect partner to the M & F Board! This light-weight tool fits comfortably in the hand and is ideal for scoring along M & F's grooves. The flat edge enables you to make sharp folds and reduce cardstock cracking”
Josie has very kindly sent me five Crease Mice/Mouses worth £3.25 each and I will be giving one away each day for the next five days, all you need to do is leave a comment(s) on posts between Monday and Friday this week, (no linking or complicated stuff like that), and I will sort out the rest. How exciting!!

23 comments:

bonjen3 said...

mmmmmmm I am of the same opinion as you and think that they are a gimmick, thanks for the chance to be a "convert" LOL

Roni said...

You make me smile Helen, thats why I just love your blog!!

I myself, like you, never use a scoring tool my finger is always handier or if its thicker card then maybe a small jar or highlighter pen, whatever's nearer my hand! So thanks for the chance in winning a 'Crease Mouse' and save me little fingers!!

Hugs Roni :O) xox

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MissyG said...

Ohhh!! I love the shape of it Thanks for the chance to win
Linda

Sue said...

Love your blog and reviews - always something interesting to read and try. The Crease mouse does look comfortable to hold and I am intrigued to see how it works.

camcraft said...

Oh Helen. Such a generous Blog Candy .. thank you for the chance of winning such a fab. looking tool. Am intrigued as to what a difference it would make to my creasing of cards. Like others I love your blog .. such fab. ideas and inspiration. You have insprired me to make a number of your makes,most recently jingle jangle keys rings .. using large bells and altered buttons, will send pic. soon to add to followers gallery.
Carole x

marc said...

i have a few score tools /bonefolders in fact it was the thing that put me on this wicked road of crafting addiction i had know idiea what it was so had to find out and ofcoarsea that put me incontact with a whole world of wounderful pepole and things that i never new i needed so much like lovely paper i never use as its just to lovely, peel off stickers by the 100,the back of stickypad back squares that you just know there must be a use for but cant think off it and you just hate throwing them away ,and then theres the punches and diycutters,H2os ,tweezers,pokey tools doublesidedtape,scoreboards,
,inkpads,stamps, and itgoes on and on and before you know ityour wallking around covered in glitter as if its the most natural thing in the world even the cat and dog have come to live with the fact they will be covered in paper and glue while they live in your world and in no time you have gone from a box on the dinningroom table to a whole roomfull of lovely magical stuff an then back to that same old table as you cant get in the room to craft as its so full and you dream and breath craft and why becuase of some little score tool so bewarned ladies this product should come with a health warning as it just might inrich and change yourlife some might not agree with me but i would say for the better LOL ps i dont want or need one as i do already have two and yes they are the best around shape wise and for grip and comfort a good solid tool to have in your craft box big love marc

Gin said...

Always love looking at your blog and always think 'why didn't I think of that'.'Cos I'm !not clever enough I suppose

Lisa said...

I have had a few differnet creasers/bone folders and none of them are ever that good, would be interesting to see if thw one was any different. Ps love the nautical inchies, they are fab xxx

georgina said...

it is so true that you learn something new each day,and you obviously did on that day,luv Georginax

Bitsy Beans said...

I am interested to be a convert, I use the edge of a pen to do my creases LOL

Anj said...

The bowl of a spoon works too if you don't have a bone folder to hand, this looks to have a nice touchy feely shape to it. Still loving the blog x x x

Jill Chapman said...

Not heard of a Crease Mouse before so would be intrigued to try it! Love reading your blog - only found it quite recently but look forward to your musings every day.

Karen said...

Have problems with my hands, so would be interested to see if this mouse might make life easier. Thanks for sharing your creative talents with us!!

tricia said...

I have a couple of bone folders which I use when I think of it but that looks a lovely gorgeous shape I couldn't help but want that one too. Thanks for offering.
Your blog always makes me smile and you have such great ideas.
x Tricia

Kirsty said...

I use a spoon at the mo, so I'm sure this would bean improvement!
Thanks for sharing!

Primo Gifts said...

thanks for a chance to win some candy helen and josie :)

JeNjOy said...

Hi Helen
I think I deserved one cause I was your 500 follower all those months ago, you said contact me for some candy, I did and then never hearded from you, lol, I forgive you and have never stopped following you,
you give so much inspiration.
jenjoy x

Debbie xx said...

You are a permanent source of inspiration-I wish I had a fraction of your joie de vie! I might just set myself a little challenge of using something I've had for years :) I do use a bone folder when folding card and paper and I encourage my craftclub at school(8 and 9 year olds) to use it as well-you can't beat a nice crisp fold ;)

a.ballenger said...

Your blog is a joy to look at each day I never know what you are going to come up with next and you never cease to surprise. Keep up the good work.

Angie said...

This looks very different to others I have seen.

skinny-pinny said...

would love a mouse (as long as its not real LOL) love yoour blogs give the cheeky monkeys a hug from me

karen p

Highland Monkey's said...

Would love to win this. I use a back of a knife or spoon usually! Love your blog.